Events for 25 September, 2015

Week 9 (Teaching)

Week 9 (Teaching)

Population Health in the Anthropocene

Population Health in the Anthropocene

Human activity is creating massive and rapid change in the Earth’s natural systems. So great is our impact that geologists suggest we are entering a new geological epoch – the Anthropocene. Many of these changes affect the ecological determinants of health: clean air and water, food supply, materials, fuels, recycling and detoxification of wastes, and of course climate stability. Human communities and societies are embedded in and ultimately dependent upon natural ecosystems, ...

Office of Development & Alumni review - Feedback invited

Office of Development & Alumni review - Feedback invited

The Office of Development & Alumni will be reviewed (13-15 October 2015) as part of Griffith’s regular reviews. You are invited to tell us about your experiences /views of the services provided (fundraising for students and research, alumni engagement, networking, mentoring programs, and promoting a culture of giving) by emailing reviews@griffith.edu.au by 5 October 2015. See your student email for more information.